Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: 92 points
Light, amber-tinged orange. Displays aromas of dried pear, peach pit, beeswax and pungent flowers and a hint of smoky minerals in the background. Fleshy, chewy and dry, offering bitter pear skin, orange pith and quinine flavors and a sweeter suggestion of honey on the back half. Skillfully plays richness off nerviness and finishes long and stony, leaving suggestions of ginger and pear nectar behind. Pretty wild stuff I like it a lot but it's decidedly in the orange wine camp. It holds plenty of appeal for fans of the type but I'd be hesitant to pour it for uninitiated, much less unsuspecting guests.
Review date: October 2016